How Corrupt are Your Nephews: Where Did the Stolen 4 Million Go?
Ahmed Atiyattullah was the executive hand of Khalid bin Ahmed, who allowed him to carry out his hatred towards the Shiite community, and other ambitions for power and money, until he was dismissed finally after the infamous theft of millions angered the king and his sons.
Dismissal of Salman Atiyatullah from Leadership of King Hamad Hospital Confirmed
Different information indicated that the king had dismissed or at least pushed the Minister of Follow-up at the Royal Court, Ahmed bin Atiyatullah Al Khalifa, behind the scenes, as well as his brother, Major General Salman Atiyatullah Al Khalifa, commander of King Hamad Hospital.
Lawyer Abdullah Hashem Referred to Trial over Charge of Broadcasting News that would Harm National Security
Lawyer Abdullah Hashem said that the Public Prosecution referred him to the fifth minor court on charges of "deliberately broadcasting false news knowing that it would harm national security and public order." Hasem's charge is based on 8 tweets he published about the community affairs.
Editorial: A Prophecy in the Crown Prince's Office
In 2004, the Bahraini Crown Prince sat with an outspoken Bahraini figure. Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa spoke of an economic project he wants to implement to reform the country, which was proposed to him by McKinsey.
Royal Court Leads Inflammatory Campaigns
Although Al-Bandar report was repeatedly mentioned in press reports, some people haven’t been acquainted with the report and its details. However, what happened last week draws a clear picture of how fake public opinion is created and how inflammatory campaigns are launched by the Royal court, same as Al-Bandar report.
War Breaks out Again between Royal Court and PM’s Court
The unannounced truce between the Royal Court and the Prime Minister’s Court didn’t last long. The dispute that was publicly managed on social media outlets and that lasted for 3 months (from February until April 2018), and ended with the arrest of Mohammad Al-Shorouqi as well as others over charges of managing the “Na’eb Ta’eb” Twitter account, seems to emerge again but in another fashion.
Court Minister’s Anger at Objection to his Son's Ownership of Arad Land Led to Interrogation of Twitter Users
The recent moves by the Interior Ministry against a number of Tweeters, such as Lawyer Abdullah Hashim and his associates came as a result of the Arad land plot, which was granted by the King to Naif, son of Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, a Royal Court Minister, and Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, head of Museums Directorate.
NIHR Secretary-General Appointed as Advisor in Royal Court
Royal Court Minister Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa issued decree 3/2019 appointing Khalifa bin Ali Al-Fadhel as an advisor in the royal court with the same allocations as his previous post.
Royal Court Minister Receives Muslim Brotherhood’s Al-Islah Society in Bahrain
Bahrain’s Royal Court Minister Khalid bin Ahmad Al Khalifa received on Sunday (March 26, 2017) the board of Al-Islah society, led by Abdullatif Al-Sheikh, on the occasion of forming a new board for the society.
Royal Court Minister Launches Consultations to Nominate NIHR Commissioners
Royal Court's Minister Shaikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa has started consultations to nominate National Institute for Human Rights (NIHR) commissioners who must meet the preset terms and conditions, Bahrain News Agency (BNA) reported.